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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLL£«i 
WILSON. N. C 



PINE KNOT 
1936 












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COPYRIGHT 
19 3 6 

Editor 

SAM T. RAGAN 

B usiness Manager 

CLYDE HURT 



THE 

PINE KNOT 
of 1936 

A Yearbook Published by 
The Student Body of 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

Wilson,North Carolina 

Atlantic Christian College Library 
Wilson, N. C. 








FOREWORD 

• 

The Editor wishes to extend his ap- 
preciation to all those who have 
granted him this privilege of attempt- 
ing to reproduce in word and picture 
part of the life as lived this year at 
Atlantic Christian College. 

We sincerely hope that this volume 
of the Pine Knot will be a means of 
prolonging the memories and the 
friendships that were fostered on this, 
our campus. 



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DEDICATION 

• 

As a mark of our appreciation to the 
man whose attitude toward the stu- 
dents has ever been broadminded and 
impartial; and whose every effort is 
devoted toward making this, our 
Alma Mater, the pride of all of us 
we respectfully dedicate the 1936 
Pine Knot to 

Professor Dallas Mallison 



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CONTENTS 



COLLEGE 



CLASSES 



ORGANIZATIONS 
ATHLETICS 



ADVERTISEMENTS 




THECOLLEGE 





Entrance 







The Chapel 




The Tower 



Faculty 1935-1936 



Howard S. Hilley 

President of College and Professor 

of Ancient Languages 

Frederick F. Grim 

Professor of Education 

Charlotte Hill 

Instructor in Science and Director of 

Physical Education for Girls 

C. H. Hamlin 
Professor of Social Science 

Myrtle L. Harper 
Librarian 

Filo A. Hodges 
Professor of Science 

Elizabeth E. Yavorski 

Instructor in Public School Music and 

Assistant Dean of Women 

Cecil A. Jarman 

Dean of Men and Instructor in 

Religious Education 



Dallas Mallison 
Instructor in Social Science 

Eleanor G. Snyder 
Instructor in English 

John Winston Fontaine 
Professor of Music 

Eloise Bryant 

Instructor in Hygiene for Girls 

and Registered Nurse 

A. D. Rose 
Athletic Director 

Ethel L. Lehman 

Dean of Women and Instructor 

in English 

Perry Case 
Registrar and Instructor in Science 

Agnes Peele 
Instructor in Commercial Department 

Sadie Jenkins 
Professor of English 



Frances F. Harper 
Professor of Mathematics 

John M. Waters 
Professor of Bible 

Mrs. Gladys Charles 
Dietitian 



Mildred Ross 
Office Secretary 

Martha L. Edmundston 
Professor of Modem Languages 

Edward T. Stallings 

(No Picture) 

Instructor in Violin 




Hubert Rose 



Supervisors 



Superz'isor of Grounds 



Miss Audrey Tettertox_ 



Supervisor of Dining Hall 



Russell Jefferson 



Newton Grove, N. C. 



Bath, N. C. 



.Pinetown, X. C. 



Superz'isor of Buildings 



Miss Mae Mercer Harrell 



Pinetops. N. C. 



Supervisor of Girl's Building and Offices 




CLASSES 





Officers of the Senior Class 



Georgia Brewer, 



President 



Mary Howard Vice-President 

E. Y. Lovelace Secretary 

Bryan Deans Treasurer 

Jack Riley Sergeant-at-Arms 

Elliot Jernigan Sergeant-at-Arms 




James Thomas Barnes 
WILSON, n. c. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Baseball; 
Tennis: Alethian Literary Society; "A" 
Club; Sgt. at Arms Sigma Alpha Fra- 
ternity. '33-'34; Vice-Pres. Sigma Alpha 
Fraternity, '35-'36; See. and Treas. A. 
L. S., '33'34; Cheerleader A. L. S., 
'33-'34; Vice-Pres. "A" Club, '35-'36; 
Captain Tennis Team. '34-'35. 

Georgia Ann Brewer 
new bern, n. c. 

President Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, 
'35; Scholarship Cup. '34; Junior Mar- 
shal, '34; Chief Marshal, '35; Girl's 
Athletic Club Cabinet, '34; Alethian 
Literary Society; V. W. C. A.; Treas. 
Freshman Class; Sec. Sophomore Class; 
Pres. Senior Class; Student Council 
Representative Freshman Class; Soph. 
Council Rep.; Ass't. Sec. Student Assoc., 
'33; Sec. Student Assoc., '34; Organiza- 
tions Editor Collegiate, '34; Assoc. Edi- 
tor Collegiate, '35; Dramatic Club; 
Who's Who, in American Colleges, '36. 



Katherine Spragins Bell 
wilson, n. c. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority; Hesperian 
Literary Society: Town Girl's Club; 
Girl's Athletic Club; Y. W. C. A.; Vice- 
Pres. Town Girl's Club, '34-'35; Treas. 
Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, '36; Girl's 
Athletic Club Cabinet. '34-'35-"36. 



Oscar Rcgh Brinson, Jr. 
new bern, n. c. 

President Phi Kappa Alpha Frater- 
nity, '35-'36 ; Vice-Pres. ' Phi Kappa 
Alpha Frat.. '34; Treas. Phi Kappa 
Alpha Frat.. '33; Sec. Phi Kappa Al- 
pha Frat., '33; Who's Who, in 
American Colleges. '35-"36; Cheerleader, 
'34-'35; Hesperian Society; H. L. S. 
Debator, '34-'35; Critic H. L. S., '34- 
'35; Pres. Freshman Class: Pres. Jun- 
ior Class; Vice-Pres. Student Assoc. 
'34'35; Pres. Student Assoc.. '35'36; 
Treas. Sophomore Class: Intercollegiate 
Debator, '34; Pres. Student Council, 
'35'36; Intercollegiate Debator, '36. 



Oakel B. Bass 

NEWTON GROVE, N. C. 

Basketball : Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety; Y. M. C. A.; Ministerial Club. 



Mary Catherine Brewer 
new bern, n. c. 

Pres. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, '34; 
Treas. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, '35; 
Senior Marshal; Girl's Athletic Club 
Cabinet, '33-34 ; Hesperian Society; Y. 
W. C. A.; Dramatic Club; Sec. Junior 
Class; Y. W. Representative Student 
Council. '33: Ass't. Sec. Student Assoc., 
'34; Junior Rep. Curriculum Revision 
Committee. '34; Society Editor Colle- 
giate. '34'35; Soph. Rep. Woman's Dor- 
mitory Council, '33; Sec. Hesperian So- 
ciety. '33 ; Program Committee Y. W., 
'34-'"35. 



1936 




Callie Blanch Britt 
clinton, n. c. 

Girl's Athletic Club; Hesperian Lit- 
erary Society; Dining Hall Workers, 
•34-35; Y. W. C. A.; Fellowship Club; 
Town Girl's Club, '33-'34. 



Harold F. Brown 

RICHLANDS, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Y. M. C. 
A.; Glee Club; Ministerial Club; Chap- 
lain Fellowship, '32-'33 ; Sec. and Treas. 
Ministerial Club, '33-'34; Vice-Pres. 
Ministerial Club, '35-'30; Cabinet Mem- 
ber Y. M. C. A., '35-'36. 



Geraldixe Farrar Bryant 
stantonsburg, n. c. 

Pres. Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, '38; 
Vice-Pres. Sorority; Tennis; Basket- 
ball; Archery; Girl's Athletic Club; 
Town Girl's Club; Alethian Society; 
A. L. S. Cheerleader; College Cheer- 
leader. 



Horace H. Cunningham 

OWENTON, KENTUCKY 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Baseball, 
'33; Basketball, '32-'33-'34-'35-'36; Ten- 
nis, '32-'33-'34-'35-'36; President Hes- 
perian Literary Society, '35; Vice-Pres. 
H. L. S., '34-'35; Pres. "A" Club, '35- 
'36; Vice-Pres. "A" Club, '34-'35; Pres. 
Sophomore Class; Asst. Sec. Student 
Assoc, '33-'34: Sports Editor Collegiate, 
'35-'36; Sgt. Arms Student Assoc, '35- 



Ll'CILLE CARR 
CLINTON, N. C. 

Girl's Athletic Oub; Hesperian Lit- 
erary Society; Y.W.C.A.; Fellowship; 
Town Girl's Club; Brother and Sister 
Club. 



J. Bryan Deans 

WILSON, n. c. 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Tennis, 
'33-'34: Basketball. '34-'35; Alethian 
Literary Society; "A" Club; Vice-Pres. 
Student Association ; Who's Who, in 
American Colleges, '36. 



1936 




Remer Ernest DeLoach 
hagan, georgia 

Hesperian Literary Society; Minis- 
terial Club: Y. M. C. A.; Chaplain 
Hesperian Literary Society, '32-'33; 
Vice-Pres. Y. M. C. A.. '35; Pres. Joint 
Y. M. and Y. W. Cabinets, '35; Vice- 
Pres. Ministerial Club, '34; Pres. Min- 
isterial Club, '36. 



Rachel Conyers 
WILSON, n. c. 



Clyde Leroy Hurt 
augusta. georgia 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Hes- 
perian Literary Society; Ministerial 
Club: Y. M. C. A.: Glee Club, '32-'36; 
Business Manager Pine Knot, '33-'36; 
Business Manager The Collegiate, '33- 
'36; College Quartette, '33'36; Cheer- 
leader, '33'36. 



Edna Louise Creech 
WILSON, n. c. 

Alethian Literary Society; Girl's 
Athletic Club; Treas. G. A. C, '35-'36; 
Girl's Athletic Club Cabinet, '34-'36: 
Town Girl's Club; Senior Representa- 
tive Non-Resident Students on Council. 



Russel McCoy Jefferson 
pinetown, n. c. 



Sigma Alpha Fraternity 
Alethian Literary Society, ' 



President 



Sue Dell Davis 
winston-salem, n. c 

Pres. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, '36; 
Sec. and Treas. Sigma Tau Chi Soror- 
ity. '34: Sec. Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, 
'35: Alethian Literary Society; Y. W. 
C. A.; Band. '34'36; Transfer W. C. 
U. N. C, '32-"33; Appalachian State, 
'33-'34. 



1936 




Bee Evans 
fremont, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society. 



Forest Elliott Jernigan 
dunn, n. c. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Baseball, 
'33-'36; Basketball, '35; Captain Base- 
ball Team, '35 ; Sergeant-at-Arms Sen- 
ior Class, '35-'36; "A" Club; Hesperian 
Literary Society. 



Ruth Emma Floars 
WILSON, n. c. 

Y. W. C. A.; Town Girl's Club. 



Millard Johnson 
selma, n. c. 



Omega Godwin 
dunn, n. c. 

Girl's Athletic Club; Y. W. C. A.; 
Transfer Pineland College; Tau Phi 
Nu Sorority; Dramatic Club. 



James Robert Laing 
cairo, georgia 

Hesperian Literary Society; Y. M. 
C. A. 



1936 




Edward Young Loyelace. Jr. 
macclesfield, x. c. 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Mgr. 
Baseball Team, '35; Hesperian Literary 
Society: Y. M. C. A.; I. S. P. C; Sec. 
Senior Class. 



Helen Juanita Gunter 

COATS, X. C. 

Girl's Athletic Club Cabinet, '34-'36; 
G. A. C. Representative to Athletic 
Federation College Women Convention. 
'35; Yice-Pres. Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety. '35: H. L. S. Decorating Commit- 
tee Chairman. '35-'36: Y. W T . C. A.; 
Glee Club. '33-'36: See. Fellowship, '34; 
Senior Representative Woman's Dorm. 
Council: Sec. Student Assoc.. '35-'3G: 
Sec. Student Council, '35-'36; May Day 
Courtier, '35. 



Cleotha McClamb 
benson, n. c. 

Y. M. C. A.: Hesperian Literary So- 
ciety; S;c. and Treas. Y. M. C. A. 



Mary Evelyn Hinnant 

MICRO, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Y. W. 
A.; Town Girl's Club. 



W. James Parsons 

NEWTON GROYE. X. C. 

C. Pres. Pipe Club. '36: Chaplain Pipe 

Club. '33-34: Viee-Pres. Pipe Club: 
Pres. Hesperian Society. '36 ; Y. M. 
C. A.: Hesperian Basketball, '34'35. 



Anna Elizabeth House 
robersonyille, n. c. 

Eva Elaine Waters Memorial Cup. 
'35: Program Committee Hesperian Lit- 
erary Society. '33: Girl's Athletic Club 
Cabinet. '33'34: Pres. Y. W. C. A., 
'34-'35: Program Comm. Y. W. C. A., 
'33-'34; Treas. and Storekeeper Y. W. 
C. A.. '35-'36: Religious Education 
Comm.. '34'36: Dramatic Club; House 
Pres. Jr. Hall, '34: Viee-Pres. Wom- 
an's Student Govt., '34-"35; Sec. Wom- 
an's Student Govt., '35'36; Charter 
member S. O. S. 



1936 




HUEXIMW 





Mary Rothlyn Howard 
WILSON, n. c. 

Girl's Athletic Club; Y. W. C. A.; 
Hesperian Literary Society; Student 
Council. '35-'36; Sec. and Treas. Town 
Girl's Club, '35-'36. 



Lynwood E. Phillips 

KINSTON, N. C. 

Pres. Sigma Alpha Fraternity, '34- 
'35; Hesperian Literary Society; Ed- 
itor-in-Chief Collegiate and Pine Knot, 
'34; Staff Editor Collegiate, '33. 



Pansy Grace Jones 
selma, n. c. 

Bide-a-wee Club; Y. W. C. A.; Ale- 
thian Literary Society; Girl's Athletic 
Club. 



Samuel T. Raoan 
varina, n. c. 

Chaplain Sigma Alpha Fraternity, 
'35-'36; Pres. I Smoka Pipe Club, '35; 
Critic Hesperian Literary Society, '35; 
Entertainment Committee, '35-'36; In- 
tercollegiate Debator, '36; Editor-in- 
Chief Collegiate and Pine Knot, '35- 
'36; Associate Editor Collegiate, '34- 
'35; Intercollegiate Debator Textile In- 
stitute, '33. 



Myra Dale Joyner 
rocky mount, n. c. 

Girl's Athletic Club; Vice-Pres. Hes- 
perian Literary Society, '34; Pianist 
Hesperian Society, '32-'35; Dramatic 
Club, '34'36; House Pres. Junior Hall, 
'35; Pres. Woman's Student Govt. 
Assoc, '35'36; Y. W. C. A.; Pianist 
Y. W. C. A., '34-'35; Accompanist Glee 
Club, '33'36; College, Mixed Quartette, 
'35-'36; Student Council, '35-'36; Char- 
ter Member S. O. S. 



Jack Owens Riley 
WILSON, n. c. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Tennis; 
Alethian Literary Society; "A" Club; 
Sgt. Arms Senior Class. 



1936 




Hubert Rose 
newton grove, n. c. 

Hesperian Literary Society; Sec. 
Ministerial Club. '33 ; Chaplain Fellow- 
ship. '34; Viee-Pres. Y. M. C. A., '33- 
'34; Pres. Y. M. C. A., '35-'36; Super- 
visor Grounds, '35-'36. 



Jennie Annette Lane 
WILSON, n. c. 

Phi Sigma Tau Sorority; Girl's Ath- 
letic Club; Aletbian Literary Society; 
Town Girl's Club; Y. W. C. A. 



Elbert Lee Southard 
stokesdale, n. c. 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Treas. 
Phi Kappa Alpha Frat. ; Treas. Student 
Assoc; Treas. Junior Class; Mgr. Bas- 
ketball Team; Sec. Phi Kappa Alpha; 
"A" Club: Glee Club: Student Council; 
Baseball ; Hesperian Literary Society. 



Sarah Catherine Loftin 
kinston, n. c. 

Treas. Phi Sigma Tau. '35; Vice-Pres. 
Hesperian Literary Society, '34-'35; 
Girl's Athletic Cabinet; Dramatic Club, 
'35; Chairman May Day, '36; Treas. 
Woman's Student Dormitory Govt., '34- 
'35; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '34-'35. 



James Paul Tyndall 
arapahoe, n. c. 

Hesperian Debator, '35; Intercolle- 
giate Debator, '36: Humor Editor Col- 
legiate, *'35-'36; Pres. Men's Dormitory 
Govt., '35-'36; Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- 
ternitv; Student Council; I Smoka Pipe 
Club. ' 



Bessie Narron 
middlesex, n. c. 

Transfer E. C. T. C, '35. 



1936 




Eva Louise Shelton 
stantonsburg, n. c. 

Pres. Bide-a-wee Club, '35; Girl's 
Athletic Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 
'35-'3G; Viee-Pres. Hesperian Literary 
Society, '34; Glee Club; House Pres. 
Main Dorm., '35-'36; Stallings String 
Ensemble; Pianist Hesperian Literary 
Society, '33. 

James Elton Watson 
bath, n. c. 

Glee Club, '30-'31-'35-'36; Hesperian 
Literary Society; Y. M. C. A.; Band, 
'35-'36. 



Reuben Strickland 
bailey, n. c. 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Mgr. Bas- 
ketball and Intramural Sports, '315; 
Boy's Dormitory Council ; Hesperian 
Literary Society. 



Lillian Tomlinson 
WILSON, n. c. 



Audrey Tetterton 
bath, n. c. 

Bide-a-wee Club; House Pres.; Dor- 
mitory Council; Student Council; Super- 
visor Dining Hall. 



Thomas Franklin Wilkins 
rocky mount, n. c. 

Capt. Hesperian Track Team, '3 1; 
Co-captain Hesperian Track Team, '35; 
Y. M. C. A.; I Smoka Pipe Club. 



1936 




Irene Webb 
elm city. n. c. 

Sigma Tau Chi Sorority: Hesperian 
Literary Society: Junior Hall House 
President; Band. 



Edna Virginia Whitley 
pantego, n. c. 

Bide-a-wee Club: President Girl's 
Athletic Club, "35-"36: Treas. Girl's 
Athletic Club, '34-"35: Sec. Hesperian 
Literary Society. '35-"36; Y. W. C. A.: 
May Day Courtier, '35. 



Callie Phrocixe Windley 
pinetown, x. c. 

Girl's Athletic Club: Alethian Liter- 
ary Society: Y. W. C. A.: Pres. Y. W. 
C. A.: Girl's Dormitory Council; Reli- 
gious Education Committee. 



No Pictures 

Harriet Forbes 
WILSON, n. c. 

ROMMIE MALLISON 
ORIENTAL, N. C. 

Basketball. '32- - 36; Baseball, '32'36; 
Y. M. C. A. Council. '32'33: President 
Hesperian Society, "33-'34: Y. M. C. A.; 
Manager Dining Hall. '33-'34; Capt. 
Hesperian Soccer Team. '33-"35; Coach 
of Freshman Basketball Team, '35-'36; 
Yice-President of Pipe Club. "35-'36. 

Randolph Williams 
bailey, n. c. 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. 



1936 



- 




Officers of the Junior Class 



A. C. Dawson 



President 



Mattie Belle Stewart Vice-President 



Edith Hart_ 



Secretary 



Norman Etheridge 



-Treasurer 




Milton L. Adams 
Newton Grove 

Mary B. Bryan 
Newton Grove 

Brantley Dewar 
Fuquay Springs 



Della E. Bowen 
Plymouth 

William H. Davis 
Kinston 

Ruth I. Evans 
Fremont 



Juniors 

Randolph W. Allen 
Oriental 



Thcrsa R. Coyle 
Wilson 



Norman L. Ether idge 
Wilson 



1930 



Ethel D. Brcffey 


Richard K. Barnhill 


Wilson 


Stokes 


A. C. Dawson 


Marjorie B. Dew 


Zebulon 


Wilson 


e Marjorie Freeman 


Edward Farnell 


Kinston 


Jacksonville 


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Mae M. Harrell William H. Gurganus Edith G. Hart George M. Jackson Sybil G. Lane 

Pinetops Stokes Grifton Elm City Wilson 

Betty Leonard Earle E. Rhodes Nina E. Mai.lison Russell T. Roebuck Mary 0. Mayo 

Columbia, S. C. Ocracoke Oriental Williamston Alliance 



James F. Smith Lou E. Perry 

Selma Robersonville 



Earl J. Spence Mildred E. Powell 

Kinston Goldsboro 



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Atlantic Christian College Library 
Wilson, N. C. 



1936 




Nelson W. Stephenson 
Clayton 



Sylvia G. Pruitt 
Franklinton 



Armour W. Taylor 
Grifton 



Hazel Riley 
Dunn 



Christopher C. Walters 
Jamesville 



Louise Rowe 
Wilson 



Ralph Whitfield 
Lucama 



Sue R. Stallings 
Stantonsburg 



Mattle B. Stewart 
Portsmouth, Va. 



Elaine Strickland 
Wilson 



Mary V. Turner 
Wilson 



Effie V. Walston 
Macclesfield 



Marietta Whitley 
Wendell 



Eleanor Woodard 
Wilson 



Margaret L. Works 
Rocky Mount 



Juniors not Represented by Picture 

Edwin H. Barnes Clyde Deans R. Woodrow Harrison Hazel G. Jarrell Holland Manning 
Elm City Wilson Wilson Grifton Dunn 

Iantha L. Osborne Mrs. G. H. Williams 
Conyers, Ga. Wilson 



1936 




Officers of the Sophomore Class 



Curtiss Todd President 



Leon Denning I Vice-President 



Margaret Outlaw Secretary 



Hugh Cherry Treasurer 




Soph 



omores 



George A. Banks Dorothy A. Aycock Pridcex Barnes Elaine D. Ballard John C. Borden Dare Barnhill 

Arapahoe Pikeville Elm City Spray Wilson Stokes 

Millard P. Burt Edna M. Barnhill Randolph Chandler Matilda Bowden Muriel C. Bryant Hugh Cherry 

Raleigh Stokes Robersonville New Bern Tarboro Rocky Mount 

Rebecca Carter Onnie R. Cockrell, Jr. Emily R. Cox ley Bruce N. Coxyers Dorothy Creech 

Elm City Wilson Wilson Wilson Wilson 



1930 




Estelle Creech Isaac L. Denning 
Kenly Mt. Olive 



Virginia Crist Woodrow W. Forrest Mildred T. Cutler William W. Michaux 

Wilson New Bern Wnsliinjrton Wilson 



Katherine M. Daniels A. J. Mora 

Wilson Farmville 



Rachel L. Daniel 
Spring Hope 



Thomas Pappas 
Wilson 



Irma B. Dudley 
Vanceboro 



William H. Pierce 
Selma 



Christine Dudley 
Vanceboro 



George S. Stein 
Rocky Mount 



Edith B. Farmer Edwin H. Taylor Eva E. Fulghum Kenneth Tingle 

Bailey Bainbridge, Ga. Wilson Grantsboro 



Sophomores not in Pictures 



Bertie M. Bass 




Mack G. Bass Martha C. Bevins Hallis Cherry Braxton Davis 




Robert Dixon 


Black Creek 




Wilson Fort Thomas, Ky. Stokes Black Creek 




Farmville 


C. B. Edwards 




Helen G. Godwin Frank S. Hassell Jane E. Harper Marsh Knott 




Nina Lee 


Nashville 




Kenly Wilson Spray Wendell 




Arapahoe 


S. 


R. 


Lee J. W. Lewis Edith C. O'Neal Joel M. O'Neal Wm 


M. 


Tyson 




Selma Enfield Middlesex Middlesex 


Wilson 



1936 




1936 




Officers of the Freshman Class 



A. J . Hayes President 



Bazil Bowden Vice-President 



Mary Cox.. 



Secretary 



Robert Johnson. 



.Treasurer 



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Freshmen 



Matthew B. Alligood Mildred Adkins 


Hyman Amerson 


Beulah P. Aycock 


Ralph Bender 


Lois Baggette 


Basil J. Bowi 


Washington 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Lucama 


Jacksonville 


Manning, S. C. 


Dudley 


Margaret W. Baker 


Lawrence Brett 


Virginia Barkley 


Roscoe J. Browning 


Minnie L. Barker 


David L. Bryan 


Ruby B. Barn: 


Kinston 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Plymouth 


Wilson 


AVilson 


Fremont 


Robert E. Carr 


Nellie I. Bateman 


Frank Cherry 


Lily Batts 


Milton G. Coyle, Jr 


Madeline Brooks 


Hubert Lewis 


Clinton 


Plymouth 


Rocky Mount 


Enfield 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Farmville 


Aileen Browning 


Lewis Everette 


Edna G. Carson 


Leland B. Farnell 


Mary F. Cockrell 


Griffith A. Hamlin 


Mary W. Cox 


Plymouth 


Pinetown 


Jamesville 


Jacksonville 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Wilson 


A. J. Hayes 


Guelda M. Daniels 


Robert A. Hayes 


Mirian V. Dickinson 


Thurman Holmes 


Rcth Faulkner 


James E. Hud 


Wilson 


Atlantic 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Seven Springs 


Smithfield 


Wilson 



1936 





mil E. Faust 


Robert T. Johnston Harriet Flemming 


Carl Jones, Jr. 


Cora P. Fowler 


Burlon Lamm 


Olivia C. Fulghum 


tesburg, S. C. 


Wilson 


Wilson 


Kinston 


Zebulon 


Wilson 


Wilson 


rus F. Lee 


Agnes P. Futrell 


Dwight J. Mattox 


Selma L. Griffin 


William H. Moye 


Frances Gurganus 


David D. McCall 


w Bern 


Wilson 


Wendell 


Durham 


Farmville 


Stokes 


Fremont 


NA GURLEY 


Wilbur G. Outlaw 


Lula Hardy 


Howard Robkrson 


Mildred B. Hooks 


E. Leon Roebuck 


Doris Ivey 


Seville 


Ellenton, S. C. 


La Grange 


Tarboro 


Fremont 


Washington 


Seven Springs 


ul A. Skinner 


Emma C. Jackson 


Woodrow Sugg 


Cleo D. James 


Melvin Whitford 


Mable R. Johnson 


Leland I. Willis 


ilson 


Elm City 


Pinetops 


Robersonville 


Grantsboro 


Kinston 


Arapahoe 


ANNE KlSER 


William Winstead 


Ewart L. Langston 


Ray B. Whitley 


Altah E. Latham 


Rosalie Mason 


Sallie A. Melton 


eensboro 


Wilson 


Four Oaks 


Wendell 


Bath 


Stacy 


Rocky Mount 








1936 : 






















Lizzie D. Mitchell Ora L. Morgan 

Zebulon Bailey 

Bertrams E. Noble Della M. Noble 

Rocky Mount Rocky Mount 



Dorothy Rocse 
Kinston 

Madeline Short 
Elm City 



Lula H. Rcffin 
Wilson 



Annie L. McDaniel Mary F. McDaniel Martha 0. Nelson 



Grifton 



Grifton 



Minnie A. Phillips Kathleen Reel 
Wilson New B2rn 



Retha Sawyer 
Wilson 



Maggie Scott 
Jacksonville 



Vanceboro 



Sarah Roberson 
Williamston 



Thelma Sharpe 
E'm City 



Sheila F. Nelson 
New Bern 



Virginia Rose 
Wilson 



Blanche Short 
Elm City 



Kathleen Simmons Martha G. Spicer Martha A. Stein 
Catherine Lakes Oriental Rocky Mount 



Mrs. Rcssell Stephenson Josephine Strickland 
Wilson St. Louis, Mo. 



Frances Weaver 
Sharpsbur? 



Carolyn Wells 
Elm City 



Louise M'iggins 
Wilson 



Geraldine Winborne Clara Winstead 
Wilson Wilson 



1936 



\ 



Freshmen not in Pictures 



John M. Andrews 
Wilson 



Marguerite Drake 

Wilson 



Mary E. Keel 
Williamston 



Eugene S. Ogrodovvski 
Sayreville, N. J. 



Marvin Atkinson 
Kenly 



Mitchell Karris 
Wilson 



Fred W. Kirbv 
Winston-Salem 



William Overman 
Wilson 



D. H. Bag ley 

Kenly 



Myra B. Fitzgerald 
Selma 



Julian C. Lamm 
Lucama 



John D. Pearce 
Micro 



Paul D. Barden 
Micro 



Robert L. Forrest 
New B:rn 



RiDDICK M. Lamm 
Wilson 



C. F. PlLLEY 

Raleigh 



H. F. Barnes 
Wilson 



Victor H. Fulghum 
Selma 



Gus Z. Lancaster 
Rocky Mount 



Hughes E. Respass 
Plymouth 



Virginia Barnes 
Elm City 



John Gafford 
Wilson 



V. B. Langley, Jr. 
Elm City 



Evelyn Ricks 
Wilson 



John Batchelor 
Elm City 



Rodert A. Gardner 
Fountain 



Stephen Lee 
Benson 



James E. Rogers 
Rose Hill 



Marguerite Blue 
Wilson 



Alton Gardner 
Wilson 



William T. Lewis 
Fountain 



Guy Rouse 
Kinston 



Clara E. Boykin 
Wilson 



Evelyn G. Gartrell 
Wilson 



Irving Lynch 

Wendell 



Alex C. Scott 
Jacksonville 



Reid J. Boylston 
Allendale, S. C. 



Nathan B. Griswold Howard W. Mercer 
Mt. Olive Wilson 



Norwood Scott 
Rose Hill 



Pauline Bynlm 
Stantonsburg 



Leroy D. Harrell 
Stantonsburg 



Thornton D. Mitchell 
La Grange 



Susan Shelton 
Macclesfield 



Estelle Carter 
Elm City 



Randolph Harrelson Herbert Moore 



E!m City 



Walstonburg 



Gordon Spivey 
Seven Springs 



Attrice Cobb 
Elm City 



Royce P. Hill 
Snow Hill 



Paul Jackson Moore 
Walstonburg 



Vernard A. Stancil 
Kenly 



Thomas C. Craft 
Rose Hill 



William Hudson 
Wilson 



Temple M. Morris 
Middlesex 



Billy Thigpen 
Dudley 



Archie Daniel 
Black Creek 



James Ivey 
Seven Springs 



Haden P. Mazingo 
Micro 



E. Garrison Underwood 
Smithfield 



Felix Dodd 
Wendell 



William L. Joyner 
Wilson 



Sarah Murrill 
Wei don 



Quimby Wallace 
Wilson 



Nannie Wethington Frances E. Willis 
Grifton Black Creek 



1936 




ORGANIZATIONS 





Alethian Literary Society 

Officers for First Semester 

Russel Jefferson President 

Marietta Whitley First Vice-President 

Evelyn Hinnant Second Vice-President 

Elaine Strickland Secretary 

Jack Riley Treasurer 

Leon Roebuck Assistant Treasurer 

Bill Michaux Critic 

Officers for Second Semester 

Curtiss Todd President 

Brantley Dewar ; First Vice-President 

Bill Michaux Second Vice-President 

Marietta Whitley Secretary 

Leon Roebuck Treasurer 

Sarah Bain Ward Assistant Treasurer 

Jean Kiser Critic 



1936 




Hesperian Literary Society 



Officers for First Semester 

Horace Cunningham Preside/it Sam Ragan 

Sarah Loftin 

Nina Mallisox \ Vice-Presidents 

Martha Brixson j 

Virginia Whitley Secretary 

Dick Barn hill Treasurer 



James Smith 

Leon Denning 

Mr. Mallison 

Lor Ellen Perry 
Myra Joyner 



James Parsons 

Delsie Turner 
Hazel Gunter }■ 

C. F. PlLLEY 

Elaine Ballard 

Woodrow Taylor 

Lorraine McDaniel 

Elizabeth House 

Hubert Rose 



Officers for Second Semester 



Critic 

Cheerleader 

Chaplain 

Faculty Judge 

Pianist 

Chorist 



President 



.Vice-Presidents 



Secretary 
Treasurer 

Pianist 

Critic 

-Chaplain 



1936 



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Inter -Collegiate Debating Team 

Randolph Allen and Sam Ragan, Affirmative Debaters 
Paul Tyndall and Oscar Brinson, Negative Debaters 
Leon Roebuck (not in picture), Alternative 
Miss Eleanor Snyder. Debate Coach 



The query for the inter-collegiate debates was : Resolved, That Congress should 
have the power to override, by a two-thirds vote, decisions of the Supreme Court 
declaring acts of Congress unconstitutional. 

The Atlantic Christian College debaters were entered in the South Atlantic 
Forensic Tournament held at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S. C, March 5-7. 



1936 




Y. M. C. A. 



Officers 



Hubert Rose 



President 



Ernest DeLoach 



.Vice-President 



Cleotha McLamb Secretary-Treasurer 



Prof. Jabhax 



Faculty Advisor 



1936 




r. w. c. a. 



Officers 



Callie Windley 



President 



Mae Mercer Harrell Vice-President 

Nina Mallison Secretary 

Elizabeth House Treasurer and Store Manager 

Program Committee 

Sarah Bain Ward 

Mary Brewer 

Eva Louise Shelton 



1930 




Ministerial Club 

First Semester 

Oakel B. Bass President 

Harold Brown Vice-President 

Edith Farmer Secretary 

Second Semester 

Ernest DeLoach President 

Hubert Rose Vice-President 

Brantley Dewar Secretary 

Members 

Hubert Rose Marvin Jackson 

Ernest DeLoach Leon Denning 

Brantley Dewar Edith Farmer 

Oakel B. Bass Clyde Hurt 

Harold Brown Prof. Waters 

Prof. Jarman 



1936 




Student Council 

Oscar Brinson President of Student Association 

Bryan Deans Vice-President of Student Association 

Helen Gunter Secretary of Student Association 

Paul Tyndall President of Men's Dormitory Council 

Woodrow Taylor Vice-President of Men's Dormitory Council 

Curtis Todd Secretary of Men's Dormitory Council 

Myra Joyner President of Women's Dormitory Council 

Lou Ellen Perry Vice-President of Women's Dormitory Council 

Elizabeth House Secretary of Women's Dormitory Council 

Mae Mercer Harrell Treasurer of Women's Dormitory Council 

Milton Adams Town Students' Representative 

Mary Howard Town Students' Representative 



1936 




V/omens Dormitory Council 

Myra Joyner President 

Lou Ellen Perry Vice-President 

Elizabeth House •_ Secretary 

Mae Mercer Harrell Treasurer 

Eva Louise Shelton House President 

Irene Webb House President 

Audrey Tetterton House President 

Helen Gunter Senior Dormitory Representative 

Edna Creech Senior Town Representative 

Nina Mallison Junior Representative 

Delsie Turner Sophomore Representative 

Callie Windley President of Y. W. C. A. 

Clyde Deans (no picture) Town Representative-at-Large 



1936 




Men's Dormitory Council 



Paul Tyndall 



President 



Woodhow Taylor Vice-President 

Curtis Todd Secretary 

Russel Jefferson Senior Representative 

Reuben Strickland Senior Representative 

C. C. Walters Junior Representative 

Hassel Gurganus Junior Representative 

Woodrow Forrest Sophomore Representative 

*Leon Denning Sophomore Representative 

Howard Roberson Freshman Representative 

* In school only first semester. Succeeded by Robert Dixon (no picture). 



1936 




The Dramatic Club 



Vagabonds 

Officers 



Delsie Turner 

May Maine 

Hazel Gunter. 



Tillie Bowden - Correspon 

Hassell Gurganus 

Eleanor Snyder D 

Members 



President 

. Vice-President 

Secretary 

Secretary 
Treasurer 
irector 



Mildred Adkins 
Randolph Allen 
Hyman Amerson 
Dorothy Aycock 
Minnie Lee Barker 
Tillie Bowden 
Georgia Brewer 
Mary Brewer 
Christine Bryant 
Randolph Chandler 
Mary Frances Cockrell 
Marjorie Dew 
Harold Fulghum 



Helen Godwin 

Selma Griffin 
Hazel Gunter 
Frances Gurganus 
Hassell Gurganus 
A. J. Hayes 
Elizabeth House 
Mae Mercer Harrell 
Mary E. Hilley 
Clyde Hurt 
Russell Jefferson 
Robert Johnson 
Jean Kiser 



Altah Latham 
ewart langston 
Betty Leonard 
Sarah Loftin 
May Maine 
Della Noble 
Iantha Osborne 
Eugene Ogrodowski 
Cora Lee Patterson 
Sam Rag an 
Earl Rhodes 
Dorothy Rouse 
Joe Spence 



Elaine Strickland 
Martha Brinson 
Vernon Bryant 
Josephine Strickland 
Woodrow Taylor 
Paul Tyndall 
J. Q. Wallace 
Sarah B. Ward 
Frances Weaver 
Ivan Willis 
Myra Joyner 
Wilbur Outlaw 
Bill Winstead 



Russeli. Owens 



'The Violin Maker of Cremona" "Minnikin and Mannikin" "Gains and Gaius Jr.' 
"Why the Bells Rang" — A Christmas Pageant 



"Everyman" 



"Neighbors' 



1936 




Sigma Alpha Fraternity 

Founded 1925 

Motto: Semper Est A7iiicitia 

Colors: Silver and Lavender Flower: Sweet Pea 

Frater in Faculate 
J. M. Waters 

Officers 

Lynwood Phillips President 

James Barnes Vice-President 

Russell Jefferson ___- Secretary-Treasurer 

Sam Ragan ._ Chaplain 

A. C. Dawson Sergeant-at-Arms 

Fratres in Collegio 

Reuben Strickland, '36 A. C. Dawson, '37 

Randolph Allen, '37 Bill Cunningham, '36 

Sam Ragan, '36 Onnie Cockrell, '38 

Russell Jefferson, '36 Nelson Stephenson, '37 

Ralph Whitfield, '37 James Barnes, '36 

Woodrow Taylor, '37 Norman Etheridge, '37 

Millard Burt, '38 Elliot Jernigan, '36 
Jack Riley, '36 (Not in Picture) 

Lynwood Phillips, '36 Marsh Knott, '38 

Curtis Todd, '38 Mack Bass, '38 



1936 




Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 

Founded 1912 

Motto: Non Nobis sed Omnibus 

Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Black-eyed Susan 

Officers First Semester 

Georgia Brewer President 

Marietta Whitley Vice-President 

Mae Mercer Harrell Secretary 

Mary Brewer Treasurer 

Officers Second Semester 

Geraldine Bryant President 

Mary Brewer Vice-President 

Rosamond Conley Secretary 

Marietta Whitley Treasurer 

Sponsor 

Mrs. J. M. Waters 

Chapter Roll 



Georgia Brewer, '36 
Mary Brewer, '36 
Geraldine Bryant, '36 
Rosamond Conley, '38 
Mae Mercer Harrell, '37 
Jennie Lane, '36 

Mrs. Gladys Charles 



Honorary Members 



Lou Ellen Perry, '37 
Sarah Loftix, '36 
Marietta Whitley, '37 
(Not in Picture) 
Annie Morris Parker, '38 
Rebeccah Carter, '38 

Mrs. Agnes Lenich 



1936 




Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



Flower: Dais;/ 



Dallas Mallison, M.A. 
Coach "Bud" Rose, B.S. 



Alpha Chapter Founded 1925 
Colors: Gold and White 

Founders 
John Barclay and Dr. E. L. Fox 

Fraters in Faculate 
F. A. Hodges, M.S. 
Cecil A. Jarman, B.D. 

OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Oscar Brinson President Oscar Brinson 

Bryan Deans Vice-President Richard Barnhill 

Randolph Williams Secretary Clyde Hurt 

Elbert Southard Treasurer Randolph Chandler 

Clyde Hurt Chaplain Hassell Gurganus 

Richard Barnhill Sergeant-at-Arms John Borden 

Members 
A. J. Hayes, '38 
Paul Tyndall, '36 
Elbert Southard, '36 
Ed. Y. Lovelace, '36 
George Banks, '38 
Pridgen Barnes, '38 Randolph Williams, '36 

Recognition of this fraternity withdrawn February 26 until May 28, 1936. 



Oscar Brinson, '36 
Richard Barnhill, '37 
Clyde Hurt, '36 
Randolph Chandler, '38 
Hassell Gurganus, '37 
John Borden, '38 



Bryan Deans, '36 
Hugh Cherry, '38 
Russell Roebuck, '37 

(Not in Picture) 
Bill Tyson, '38 
Randolph Williams, 



1936 




Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 

Motto: Sumus Unium 
Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Chrysanthemum 

Officers First Semester 

Mattie Belle Stewart President 

Elaine Strickland Vice-President 

Sue Dell Davis Secretary 

Eleanor Woodard Treasurer 

Officers Second Semester 

Sue Dell Davis President 

Thursa Coyle.__ Vice-President 

Elaine Strickland Secretary 

Katherine Bell Treasurer 

Chapter Roll 

Mattie Belle Stewart, '37 Eleanor Woodard, '37 

Sue Dell Davis, '36 Tillie Bowden, '38 

Elaine Strickland, '37 Mary Mayo, '37 

Katherine Bell, '36 Irma Belle Dudley, '38 

Irene Webb, '36 Thursa Coyle, '37 
Elizabeth Fulghum, '38 (Not in Picture) 

Marjorie Freeman, '37 Martha Brinson, '38 

Christine Dudley, '38 Nelda Spruill, '38 



1936 



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I Smoka Pipe Club 



First Semester 
Sam Ragan 

James Parsons 

Ralph Whitfield 
Woodrow Taylor .. 
Brantley Dewar ._ 

James Smith 

Dallas Mallison .. 



Onnie Cockrell 
Kenneth Tingle 
Leon Denning 
Woodrow Taylor 
James Parsons 
Brantley Dewar 
A. J. Mo ye 
Sam Ragan 
Ralph Whitfield 
George Banks 
Frank Wilkins 
Grainger Westbrook 



Founded 1934 
Colors: Blue and Orange 

OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

President James Parsons 

Vice-President Rommie Mallison 

Secretary-Treasurer Onnie Cockrell 

Corresponding Secretary Brantley Dewar 

Chaplain Woodrow Taylor 

Sergeant-at-Arms Frank Wilkins 

Faculty Advisor 

Members 

James Smith 
Woodrow Forrest 
Paul Tyndall 

{Not in Picture) 
Ed. T. Stallings 

Honorary Member 
Rommie Mallison 
Robert Dixon 
George Stein 
Marvin Jackson 
Bruce Conyers 
C. B. Edwards 



1936 





Bide- A- Wee Club 



Founded 1935 



Colors: Green and Gold 

Eva Louise Shelton 

Nina Mallison 



Officers First Semester 



Flower: Jonquil 

President 

Vice-President 

Elaine Ballard Secretary 

Kathleen Swindell r Corresponding Secretary 

Doris Topping Treasurer 

Miss Martha Edmundston Sponsor 

Officers Seco?id Semester 

Audrey Tetterton President 

Helen Williams Vice-President 

Virginia Whitley Secretary 

Kathleen Swindell Corresponding Secretary 

Ann Silverthorne Treasurer 

Miss Martha Edmundston .Sponsor 



Members 



Eva Louise Shelton, '36 
Nina Mallison, '37 
Elaine Ballard, '38 
Kathleen Swindell, '38 
Doris Topping, '38 



Ann Silverthorne, '38 
Audrey Tetterton, '36 
Pansy Jones, '36 
Edith Hart, '37 
Virginia Whitley, '36 



Helen Williams, '38 



1936 




Town QirVs Club 



Officers 



Thursa Coyle 

Della Bo wen 

Rosamond Conley, 
Sybil Lane 



President 

.Vice-President 

.—Secretary 



.Treasurer 



Mildred Adkins 
Bertie Mae Bass 
Minnie Lee Barker 
Virginia Barkley 
Virginia Barnes 
Katherine Bell 
Madeline Brooks 
Ethel Bruffey 
Jerry Bryant 
Pauline Bynum 
Esther Boykin 
Lucille Carr 
Estelle Carter 
Rebecca Carter 
Attrice Cobb 
Rachel Conyers 
Mary Cox 
Dorothy Creech 
Edna Creech 
Virginia Crist 
Katherine Daniels 
Rachel Daniels 



Members 

Miriam Dickinson 
Marguerite Drake 
Myra Beth Fitzgerald 
Harriett Fleming 
Ruth Floars 
Harriet Forbes 
Elizabeth Fulghum 
Agnes Futrell 
Evelyn Gartrell 
Mary Howard 
Ray Lancaster 
Jennie Lane 
Sallie Melton 
Mildred Morris 
Bertrams Noble „ 
Della Noble 
Iantha Osborne 
Annie Morris Parker 
Evelyn Ricks 
Virginia Rose 
Louise Rowe 
Lula Hackney Ruffin 



Retha Sawyer 
Thelma Sharpe 
Susan Shelton 
Blanche Short 
Madeline Short 
Alice Snipes 
Sue Stallings 
Martha Stein 
Mattie Belle Stewart 
Elaine Strickland 
Virginia Turner 
Lillian Tomlinson 
Carolyn "Wells 
Louise Wiggins 
Evelyn Willis 
Helen Williams 
Helen Wilkins 
Geraldine Winbourne 
Clara Winstead 
Eleanor Woodard 
Margaret Works 



1936 



The Staff 

°f 
The Collegiate and the Pine Knot 



Editorial Staff 



Sam T. Ragax. 



Randolph Allen 

Woodrow Taylor 

Randolph Chandler 



.Editor-in-Chief 



Managing Editor 

-Associate Editor 



Associate Editor 



Business Staff 



Clyde Hurt, 



Richard Barnhill 

HASSEL Gl'RGANUS 



Business Manager 

Assistant Business Manager 
Circulation Manager 



Staff Editors 
Georgia Brewer, . ..... 


_ ..Organisations 


Mary Brewer . . 


_ Society 


Pail Tyndall.. _ _ .... _ 


... ... Humor 


Bill Cunningham.. ... _ 


.... _ Sports 


Nelson Stephenson .. 


.. Feature 


Delsie Turner.. ... . 


- Columnist 


Martha Brinsov 


... Columnist 


(No Picture) 
Thursa Coyle 

Dallas Mallison 


Reporter 
Faculty Advisor 



1936 




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ATHLETICS 




Basketball Team 

A. D. "Bud" Rose Coach 

Reuben Strickland Manager 

Randolph Allen Assistant Manager 

Players 

Front Roze (Left to Right) : "Red" Rogers, Onnie Cockrell, Amos Dawson, 

A. J. Hayes, and Robert Johnson. 

Second Rotv : Thornton Mitchell, Chris Walters, Oakel Bass, 
Cy Scott, and Felix Dodd. 

Third Roic: H. F. Barnes, Freshman Assistant Manager; Randolph Allen, Assist- 
ant Manager; Bill Moye, Louis Everette, A. J. Moye, Nelson Stephenson, 
Coach Rose, and Reuben Strickland, Manager. 



1936 



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J j4 an d 35 Baseball Team 

Buck Lovelace Manager 

Reuben Strickland Assistant Manager 

Buddy Jernigan Captain 

Bill Sharpe Coach 



Players 



Buddy Jernigan 
Red Amerson 
A. C. Dawson 
Hallis Cherry 
Jimmie Barnes 
Wallace White 
D. Laughinghouse 
Richard Barnhill 
Billie Blackman 



Onnie Cockrell 
Howard Ballance 
Selz Mayo 
A. J. Hayes 
S. R. Lee 
Elbert Southard 
Eugene Taylor 
Tom Pappas 
M. Williams 



1930 




QirVs Athletic Club 

Officers 

Virginia Whitley President 

Nina Mallison Vice-President 

Helen Gunter Secretary 

Edna Creech Treasurer 

Delsie Turner Social Chairman 

Sports Leaders 

Doris Topping Baseball 

Margaret Outlaw Archery 

Kathleen Swindell Tumbling 

Ann Silverthorne __ Volley Ball 

Elaine Ballard Hiking 

Clyde Deans Soccer 

Mattie B. Stewart Basketball 

Hazel Gunter Reporter 

Katherine Bell Track 

Sarah B. Ward Equipment Manager 



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Boxing Team 

W. P. "Bill" Wright, Coach 
Mack Bass, Captain C. F. Pilley 

Bill Tyson Ray Whitley 

Robert Hayes Chick Andrews 

Frank Wilkins (Not in Picture) 

Bill Overman Mitchell Farris 

Billy Pearce (Not in Picture), Manager 
Kenneth Tingle, Assistant Manager 

Fights for 1035-36 

Theirs Ours 

State Varsity 3 3 

State "B" 3 J / 2 4J4 

Guilford y 2 5y 2 

Louisburg x / 2 Q l / 2 



1936 




'34 an d 35 Tennis Team 

Bryan Deans : Manager 

Russell Roebuck Assistant Manager 

Jimmie Barnes Captain 

Bill Sharpe Coach 

Players 
A. C. Dawson Hayden Wiggs 

Bill Cunningham Bryan Deans 

Jimmie Barnes Jack Riley 

James Bradley 



1936 




1936 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



1936 



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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN 
COLLEGE 

A COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 
For Young Men and Young Women 

This College offers to the youth of the 
Carolinas an opportunity to secure a liberal 
education in a standard college of limited 
enrollment at a minimum expense and under 
Christian influence. It seeks students of se- 
rious purpose. 

Information about its life and work will 
be gladly furnished. 



ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

WILSON, N. C. 



1936 




1936 



Unsung ( or Unhung) Heroes 

Due to a lack of available space, we have been unable to give in previous sec- 
tions of the book any recognition of the services rendered to the Pine Knot Staff 
by the following ex officio staff members who have combined to make this edition 
one grand, sweet song. So here we recognize them: 

The eggs who persist in turning in lists that look like an early Stone Age 
attempt at writing on the wall. 

The fizzle who whips into the office about January the oddth and allows as 
to how he plumb forgot to have his beauty struck before Christmas — "and y'all were 
just bullin' about December first being the last date, anyhow, weren't you?" 

Fellows who drop in three hours after their panels have gone to the engraver, 
and hand you a list of three more people taken in at the last meeting, held two 
weeks ago. 

The goops who say, "No, I won't have my picture in your whoopin' annual" — 
and say so in front of a roomful of people. 

Guys who write, "So-and-so Sunday School Class, '30, '31, '32, '33, in their 
list of honors. 

Cheese boxes who announce to the world at large that the Pine Knot is the 
biggest graft on the campus, and that the staff is composed of thugs trying to gyp 
the student body. 

And last, but most griping of all, the boys who know something about annuals, 
and who recognize the fact that all this mess we are writing was copied from some 
other yearbook. We thank them for their kind and unadulterated cooperation in 
hushing it up. 



1936 




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DURABILITY 



ECONOMY 



82 YEARS 
of SERVICE 

TO EDUCATION 

SINCE 1854 HACKNEY BROTHERS HAVE DESIGNED AND BUILT VEHICLE 

BODIES TO AFFORD MAXIMUM SAFETY, STRENGTH, AND 

COMFORT, AT ECONOMICAL PRICING. 



JCXN..EY. 




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YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME 



Wilson SMOKE Shop 

And Shoe Shine Parlor 

"Bill" and "Chick" Always Glad 
to See You 

Get Your Newspapers, Magazines, 
Drinks, Etc. Here 



Delivery Service 



Phone 131 



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FOR 

Furniture, Stoves, 
Philco Radios 

KELVIN ATOR and UNIVERSAL 
RANGES 

It Is Easy to Pay the Quinn Way 



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STEPHENSON 

LUMBER COMPANY 

Lumber of Every Kind for Every Purpose 

WE MANUFACTURED ALL WINDOWS AND DOORS 

in the 
NEW DINING HALL 

H. G. STEPHENSON, Manager 
Office Phone 268 Night Phone 1238 



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ALL BRICK USED IX 
GYMNASIUM and DINING HALL 

at 
ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

Furnished by 



CHEROKEE BRICK COMPANY 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



Telephone 2)37 



Rail or Truck Delivery 



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WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY 

"Courthouse in Front of Us" 

Everything in HARDWARE, KITCHENWARE. 

SPORTING GOODS, PAINTS, ROOFING, 

LIME, CEMENT and PLASTER 



Wilson, N. C. 



Phone 18 






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Sandwich and Magazine 

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Thomas-Adkins, Inc. 

Quality Without Extravagance 

OUTFITTERS TO MEN 
Wilson : : : : : North Carolina 



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Dick's Hot Dog Place 

The Best Place to Eat 
Cleanest Place in the State 

Hot Dogs, Fried Ham Sandwiches 

Cold Drinks 

Cigars, Cigarettes 



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Compliments of 

National 
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of 
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Summer Lubrication — 

Your car needs it new. Drive into one 
of our conveniently located 




stations for a complete change to sum- 
mer grade oil and a tankful of 

—THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE— 

A, A. RUFFIN 

Local Distributor 



NUNALLY'S CANDY 



EASTMAN KODAKS 



Wilson Drug Co. 

Prescription Druggists 

Tarboro St. Phones 122-916 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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ENGRAVER 
Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

1 I 5 South Tarboro Street 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Thomas-Yelverton 
Company 

BETTER FURNITURE 

Funeral Directors — Ambulance Service 
"Call 58, We Are Never Late" 



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Tobacco of Good Texture, Color and Weight, 
That Sells for More Money 

Farmers Cotton Oil Co. 



NORFOLK, VA. 



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WILSON, N. C. 



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Wilson Market Co. 



Native and Western Meats, 
Poultry, Etc. 

Fish and Oysters in Season 



Phones 171-172 Wilson, N. C. 



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PEDEN STEEL CO. 

J. M. PEDEN, President 



Designers and Fabricators 



Structural Steel 
Ornamental Iron 
Reinforcing Bars 
Electric and 
Acetylene Welding 
Blacksmithing 
Building Specialties 
Steel Sash and Doors 



512 West Hargett Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Telephone 99 



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BEST HOT DOGS in the STATE 

at 

CONEY ISLAND 
QUICK LUNCH 

Fried Ham Sandwiches, I Oc 
Our Specialty 

204 S. Goldsboro St. 

Nick Mauratzus, Prop. 

"Service With a Smile" 



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Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes ! 

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Siddell Studio 

Wishes to Express Appreciation 

At the Opportunity to Serve 

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OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 

for the 

1936 PINE KNOT 



132-134-136 Tarboro Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



SIDDELL STUDIO, 

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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION 

BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

At the Close of Business March 4, 1936 
RESOURCES 

Cash and Due From Banks $5,460,457.23 

Obligations of the United States 5,205,703.74 

Federal Land Bank Bonds 1,551,154.23 

North Carolina Bonds 307,900.81 

Municipal and Other Marketable Bonds 2.843,750.20 

Loans Secured by Marketable Collateral with 

Cash Values in Excess of the Loans 677,234.84 $16,046,201.05 

Other Loans and Discounts 1,048,074.53 

Other Stocks and Bonds 19,606.00 

Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and Real Estate 250,000.00 

$17,363,881.58 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock — Common $ 400,000.00 

Capital Stock — Preferred 400,000.00 

Surplus 400,000.00 

Undivided Profits 270,070.45 

Reserves 231,502.31 

Deposits 15,662,308.82 

$17,363,881.58 

(Trust Department Assets Not Included) 

Upon the strength of the above statement and the backing of our Directors, we solicit 

your business, promising every accommodation consistent with sound banking. 

No account too small to receive our most careful attention. 



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The staff of The Collegiate and Pine 
Knot wish to officially express appreciation 
to the advertisers of The Pine Knot and The 
Collegiate. They have made these publica- 
tions possible, and are worthy of your pat- 
ronage. 

We would like to call to the attention of 
the readers the fact that the following firms 
have advertised regularly in The Collegiate 
and Pine Knot during 1935-1936 — 

Coney Island Quick Lunch 

Gulf Refining Company 

Perky Lamm, Jeweler 

R. E. Quinn & Co., Furniture Dealers 

Theatre Soda Shop 

Thomas-Adkins, Ixc, Men's Furnishings 

Wilson Drug Company 

Wilson Smoke Shop 



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CARL EDWARDS 
PLUMBING SHOP 

♦ 

Plumbing, Heating and 
Gas Fitting Contractors 

COUNTRY WATER SYSTEMS 



108 S. Tartoro Street Telephone 418 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



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